You can read the monthly updates on the museum renovation process on the website of their contractor BNBuilders.
Seattle Parks Foundation was founded as a partner for Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR), and became an independent nonprofit in 2001. They provide 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and a suite of accounting, insurance, fundraising, and advocacy services to community groups that are making park projects happen across Seattle. SPF serves as fiscal sponsor to Volunteer Park...
Owned by Seattle Parks and Recreation, the Volunteer Park Conservatory is managed by the nonprofit Friends of the Conservatory (FOC). The mission of FOC is to advocate and encourage preservation, public participation, and education with respect to the Volunteer Park Conservatory and its plant collection. Volunteer Park Trust partners with FOC in events and event...
Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) owns and manages Volunteer Park. However, it currently has a $267 million backlog of citywide park maintenance costs, and cannot fully address all the needs of Volunteer Park's 48 acres and aging infrastructure. Volunteer Park Trust was formed to help address these needs.
Friends of Seattle's Olmsted Parks (FSOP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving Seattle’s unique Olmsted landscape heritage and raising awareness of the Olmsted philosophy of providing open space for all people.
Volunteer Park is a city and national historic landmark. Any major changes to the park or its buildings must be approved by Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board.
Seattle Parks and Recreation needs YOUR input to help allocate resources to Olmsted parks - including Volunteer Park! You can help by taking this very short survey.